David Knight - 23rd May 2016

The video for David Bowie's Lazarus, directed by Johan Renck shortly before Bowie's death in January, won Music Video Of The Year at the third annual Nordic Music Video Awards, held in Oslo on Saturday night (May 21st).

At the awards open to filmmakers from all the Nordic countries, Norwegian director André Chocron won Best Director for his work on Cold Mailman's Something You Do, while another Norwegian, Eilif Bremer Landsend, took the Best New Director award for Cazadores' Shadowboxing.

Swedish director Johan Renck's other video for David Bowie, for the title track from the last album Blackstar, picked up Best Art Direction at the NMVAs 2016. All the winners below. 

Best Cinematography
Karpe Diem - Lett å Være Rebell i Kjellerleiligheten Din (Director: Kavar Singh)

Best Edit
Susanne Sundfør – Accelerate (Director: Stian Andersen)

Best Art Direction
David Bowie – Blackstar (Director: Johan Renck)

Best Post Production
The Fjords - All In (Directors: Line Klungseth Johansen & Øystein Moe)

Best Artist Performance
Ane Brun - Directions (Directors: Ane Brun & André Jofré)

Best Actor Performance
Reptile Youth - Arab Spring Break I & II (Director: Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen)

Best Young Director
Cazadores – Shadowboxing (Director: Eilif Bremer Landsend)

Best Director
Cold Mailman - Something You Do (Director: André Chocron)

Music Video Of The Year
David Bowie - Lazarus (Director: Johan Renck)

David Knight - 23rd May 2016

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